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[Rumor] New Xbox One Models Supposedly Coming in the Next Two Years

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For the record, everything that I am about to go over has not been confirmed by Microsoft, so take it with a grain of salt. However, there have been many sources across the gaming sphere that point to these rumors being true. Many of the sources are not authorized to share any of the information leaked, so they have opted ... Read More »

[Updated]OpenCritic Alleges MetaCritic is Copying Data From Them

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Metacritic is the big aggregate review site for movies and games known by the world today, but there’s a competitor that has been launched within the last year that’s been gaining some steam. OpenCritic is an aggregate review site that’s focused on giving you a more streamlined experience, and letting you choose with critics you want to follow. They’ve grown ... Read More »

Odin Sphere: Leifthrasir Preview – Retold Fairy Tale

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Odin Sphere: Leifthrasir hits Western shores early next month, marking the ability to play Odin Sphere on every PlayStation system that has released within the last ten years. Much like when Vanillaware updated Muramsa: The Demon Blade when they ported it to Vita as Muramasa: Rebirth, Odin Sphere: Leifthrasir Vanillaware has taken the opportunity to update Odin Sphere to their ... Read More »

Steins;Gate 0 Confirmed for a 2016 Western Release

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Although rumors of Steins;Gate 0‘s eventual western release have been floating around for at least the past couple of months, today Rice Digital have finally announced that the sequel to the hit Visual Novel Steins;Gate is coming to the west later this year. The company has confirmed that they will be releasing the game for both PlayStation 4 and PlayStation ... Read More »

Nintendo Announces Legend of Zelda Event; Playable Demo for 500 Fans

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Nintendo announced a major event for 500 lucky fans of the Legend of Zelda series, who will have a chance to see the upcoming Legend of Zelda game on the Wii U at the Nintendo Store in New York City up close.  According to a Press Release, Nintendo has announced the Legend of Zelda experience will see 500 fans participate ... Read More »

Genre-Advancing Shooters – Marathon

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This month we’re looking back at genre-advancing shooters, and I decided to pay tribute to Bungie’s legendary science fiction FPS. I’m talking about Marathon of course. You didn’t think I was talking about Halo did you? Marathon has often been overlooked due to its initial release being limited to Macs, but more recently it has been made available for Windows ... Read More »

Overwatch’s Offensive Characters Explained: A Guide to Shooting Everything

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For most people, multiplayer First Person Shooters are fairly standard affairs: you spawn in, you run around a bit until you find the other team, and then you shoot them a bunch of times. No other role in Overwatch personifies this better than the Offensive characters, all of whom have abilities that help them move around the map faster and deal ... Read More »

Seraph Preview – Not Heavenly Yet

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I like the idea behind Seraph. I’m still iffy on the game itself, but I like the idea behind it. Made by Dreadbit, the developers behind the steampunk robot puzzle game Ironcast, this game is a side scrolling shooter where all the aiming is done for you. Thankfully that doesn’t make Seraph too easy, but I’m not sure if it’s ... Read More »

A Chat with Matt Obst About His Game Double Dutch Jump

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Way back in October of 2015 I was at Playcrafting’s Fall Expo 2015 and was looking to check out a game called Double Dutch Jump. Double Dutch Jump was a lovely little project put together by a man named Matt Obst, and unfortunately he had stepped away from his table for a moment. In his place was a friend and martial arts ... Read More »

Pokemon Sun and Moon Strategy Guides Detailed

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The newest entries in the beloved Pokemon series were announced only a few months ago. Just a few weeks ago, we got our first look Pokemon Sun and Moon, showing off the region, the starter Pokemon, and the flagship legendary Pokemon. Today, the strategy guide for Pokemon Sun and Moon has appeared on Amazon, in two different versions, Standard Edition, and the ... Read More »